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Wilson recruiting WR Terrelle Pryor? Update: Signed w/Jets

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  • He completely checked out on the Redskins last year. Even made a apology to the fans. That is what happen he just came to a point where he just completely check out like he gave up or something. Money could be used some where else imo.
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  • He is apparently still meeeting with the team today. Has there been any news of what's happening?
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  • Doesn't look promising. :?



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  • Yep. I saw this fake Twitter news today, during work, about Pryor signing with the Hawks. Didn’t have time to look anymore into it at the time. Was looking forward to reading the details after work, only to later find out it was BS. So lame.


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  • Looks like a 50-50 shot per rotoworld:
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  • The Jets have more cap so I suspect that he will sign with them they will probably offer more.
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  • Report: Pryor has chosen to sign with the Jets. The off-season from hell continues.


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  • James in PA wrote:Report: Pryor has chosen to sign with the Jets. The off-season from hell continues.


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    Seems unnecessarily dramatic.
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  • James in PA wrote:Report: Pryor has chosen to sign with the Jets. The off-season from hell continues.


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    Whew...what a relief. The guy would have been a total waste of money. Can’t believe at how much people overvalue Pryor.
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  • hawkfan68 wrote:
    James in PA wrote:Report: Pryor has chosen to sign with the Jets. The off-season from hell continues.


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    Whew...what a relief. The guy would have been a total waste of money. Can’t believe at how much people overvalue Pryor.

    :irishdrinkers: Agree...
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  • James in PA wrote:Report: Pryor has chosen to sign with the Jets. The off-season from hell continues.


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    Yeah not adding that precious 20/240/1 split is truly going to be what ends this franchise entirely.
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  • Would have been nice to sign a potential difference maker instead of the depth guys we have been keying on.
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  • My have the Hawks fallen off the map. When a player chooses the Jets over you its pretty obvious. I don't blame him for not wanting to run around for 15 seconds every play waiting for Wilson to get you the ball.
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  • Probably couldn't turn down the opportunity to work with Jermaine Kearse.

    The Jets are further along in the rebuilding process anyway. Whether it was money or wins, he made the right choice.
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  • If you could have Brown or Pryor for nearly the same money, which one would you pick? I think they should have went with Pryor. EDIT: seems money was a factor if he signed for 6 million a year. Seems high to me.
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  • Edit. Oops
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  • RCATES wrote:My have the Hawks fallen off the map. When a player chooses the Jets over you its pretty obvious. I don't blame him for not wanting to run around for 15 seconds every play waiting for Wilson to get you the ball.


    Hmmm maybe it's the money? Not sure how much that factor's into a players decision of where to sign... :sarcasm_off:

    He got 6M for one year. I highly doubt we were offering much more than half of that.
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  • I was pretty unsure about this from the start, glad he’s not a Hawk with that contract.
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  • Wilson is now a failure at life, he failed to get Pryor signed............. :)
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  • Rat wrote:Probably couldn't turn down the opportunity to work with Jermaine Kearse.

    The Jets are further along in the rebuilding process anyway. Whether it was money or wins, he made the right choice.

    Curious why you would make this claim. They have no QB at the moment so I would take the Seahawks every day of the week over the Jets current position.
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  • Prior could be difference maker in both ways:

    1. If he felt that he was used probably and handled nicely, he could the fast tall WR/QB that made matchup difficult for opposing teams.
    2. If he felt that he wasn't used probably and not handled nicely, he could as easily just check out and set himself up as the role model for other disgruntled dudes in locker room.

    He was that high risk, high reward guy. $6mil was a risk Pete wasn't prepared to take as our next Golden year is 2 years away. Any stop gap dudes with risky trendency , ie not team oriented, is a no no to Pete.
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  • Glad he signed elsewhere.
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  • Sports Hernia wrote:Glad he signed elsewhere.


    Ya..me too.
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  • Good..No need for him at this time
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  • IndyHawk wrote:Good..No need for him at this time


    we do need a fast tall receiver but not Pryor. Pryor's signing with Jet, a team with not QB told us that Pryor ain't about winning.
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